Conference description

The 11th 'New Generation in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems' conference will take place from 7th to 10th June, 2021, online. It is aimed as the forum for promising young scientists to openly discuss the most recent breakthroughs in correlated systems and material science. All the speakers are Ph.D. students, postdocs, and junior professors excited to talk about their own vision and research in the way they see and do it.

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The major topics include:

  • Out of equilibrium many-body dynamics
  • Advanced spectroscopies in correlated systems
  • Quantum simulations of many-body systems
  • Twistronics
  • Machine learning for correlated systems
  • Topological and unconventional superconductivity
  • Numerical approaches to correlated systems
  • Criticality in correlated systems
  • Charge and spin-ordering phenomena
  • Free-electron-laser based spectroscopies

With the very recent advances in mind, this year we want to put special emphasis on the use of quantum simulators and quantum annealers to tackle modern problems in condensed matter, as well as on the coming era of free electron lasers to disentangle multi-scale dynamics in a variety of systems.

 

 

Picture: courtesy of R. Borrego-Varillas

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